V pl-n with together
The 'cobble' group
These verbs are concerned with making something, usually slowly or roughly. Usually the verb is followed by a singular noun group, and the pattern is V n with together. The noun group indicates the thing that is made.
Even if the politicians manage to cobble together a peace deal, what hope is there for refugees?
He denied that the government was patched together just for a transition period.
In the case of cobble, piece, and put, the verb is sometimes followed by a plural noun group. The noun group indicates the things that go into making something.
cobble fit get patch piece put throw
We got recordings of all our radio interviews and pieced those together to form the base of the soundtrack.
I'm going to put together the bits I've assembled for a Christmas frieze.